Crikey readers discuss the Liberals generational problem, the IPA's infiltration of Australian discourse, and the global economic slowdown.
One of the Institute of Public Affair's greatest successes has been to stitch climate denialism into the very fabric of the conservative political identity.
To the lamentations of no one, Public Service Commissioner John Lloyd is departing, though we're no closer to learning about his help for the Institute of Public Affairs.
Ahh think tanks. The intellectual breadth they bring to public life is astounding! You've got your unvarnished neoliberalism over here, and then your compassionate neoliberalism over there. And ... well, that's about it actually.
Don Burke is apparently, apart from anything else, a gardener who hates conservation, and is connected to right-wing groups who lobby for old-growth foresting.
While the Institute of Public Affairs likes government kept small, it's happy to use its research services where it can take them.
Fifield yuks it up ... IPA claims Eureka Stockade ... what does Christensen make of the new Doctor? ...
Crikey spoke to Gideon Rozner, Research Fellow at the Institute of Public Affairs, about a few of the omissions in his report on the Fair Work Act.